Thursday, February 27, 2014

UF/IFAS News for Feb. 27, 2014

Good Thursday morning! Here’s your UF/IFAS News for Feb. 27:


UF/IFAS researchers demonstrate improved appeal of sterile flies that save crops


Florida university releases citrus varieties


Computer model can help coastal managers with nourishment decisions


USA: Computer Model to Help Managers with Renourishment Decisions


Gadsden Chamber plans commercial solar panel project (Gadsden)


Compost Tips for the Home Gardener


Urban Coyotes: Should They Stay or Should They Go? And If So, How?


Florida Specialty Crop Industry Loses Promoter, Friend


Calendar: Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014 (Escambia)


Morningside Library ‘Citrus and Fruit Crops in Your Landscape’ Workshop March 8


Business Notes (Lee)


Various methods of plant propagation shared with club members (Highlands)


Martin County Master Gardeners celebrate 30 successful years (Martin)


FAMU’S Community Garden (Leon)


UF, other news:


UF: Consumer Confidence Remains Stable in Florida


Law dean candidates down to three


Biotech company eyes Alachua for production center


Boy’s ‘Chocolate Bar’ book raises $500,000 to fight his friend’s rare liver disease


Reitz, Fresh Food Company compost in sustainability efforts


Rain Hitting Drought-Stricken California


NASA Confirms 715 Plants Outside Solar System


Nutrition labels to get first makeover in 20 years with new emphasis on calories, sugar












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